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Philadelphia-bound American Airlines flight encounters turbulence, sends people flying

The midair turbulence, which American Airlines Flight 759 encountered, left at least 10 people injured. The flight was heading to Philadelphia from Athens with 287 passengers.
India Today Also reported by •DNA

US fines American, Frontier and Delta over rule violations

The Transportation Department detailed the violations and the fines levied against American Airlines Group, Delta Air Lines and Frontier Airlines in documents released late Friday.
DNA

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News video: Flights To Puerto Rico Resume In Aftermath Of Hurricane Maria

Flights To Puerto Rico Resume In Aftermath Of Hurricane Maria 02:04

Airlines were resuming limited flights to Puerto Rico on Friday, after Hurricane Maria ravaged the Caribbean island and moved on toward Turks and Caicos. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Source: CBS 2 Chicago -

News video: Trump commemorates 9/11 anniversary

Trump commemorates 9/11 anniversary 00:55

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump observed a moment of silence at the White House, to commemorate the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks. The moment of silence was held at..
Source: Wibbitz Top Stories -

News video: Scorpion Interrupted Travel Plans Of American Airlines Passengers

Scorpion Interrupted Travel Plans Of American Airlines Passengers 00:53

Some American Airlines passengers reportedly had their travel plans interrupted on Sunday by a scorpion.
Source: Geo Beats -

News video: Why Airport Security Lines May Soon Move More Quickly

Why Airport Security Lines May Soon Move More Quickly 00:49

The TSA approved a new baggage scanner, created by Analogic, that is supposed to be more efficient and faster. Veuer's Sam Berman has the full story.
Source: Veuer -

News video: Airlines Gradually Resuming Flights To Florida After Irma Passes

Airlines Gradually Resuming Flights To Florida After Irma Passes 01:41

Now that Irma has moved out of Florida, airlines have resumed flights to the Sunshine State, as the repair and recovery process gets underway. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Source: CBS 2 Chicago -

 

Tokyo airport police find 30 bullets in US plane crew's bag

Japanese airport police have found 30 bullets in an American Airlines crewmember's carry-on bag and say the flight attendant apparently carried them through his security checks at US airports.
DNA

No blowing in the wind? People evacuated by American Airplanes after 'man passes gas'

Passengers on board an American Airlines flight on July 16 were forced to get off after one of them allegedly passed gas. According to WBTV, the decision to evacuate the passengers was taken after..
DNA

American Airlines will end partnerships with Qatar, Etihad

American Airlines is dropping partnerships with Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways, which American accuses of receiving illegal subsidies from their governments.
DNA Also reported by •Deccan Herald

Qatar Airways to go ahead with American Airlines stake buy despite codeshare ending

DOHA (Reuters) - Qatar Airways Chief Executive said on Thursday the airline still planned to buy a stake in American Airlines despite the U.S. carrier ending a code-share agreement between the two..
Reuters India Also reported by •Sify

American airlines ending code share agreements with Qatar, Etihad Airlines

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - American Airlines Inc said Wednesday it ending its code share agreements with Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways over an ongoing dispute over Gulf states support for the carriers.
Reuters India Also reported by •Sify

American Airlines raises estimate for key revenue metric

(Reuters) - American Airlines Group Inc on Wednesday raised its estimate for a closely watched performance metric for the second time this year, citing higher average fares.
Sify

DFW Airport employee leaps into dangerous runaway truck

dfw airport employee leaps into dangerous runaway truck
American Airlines employee has been heralded as a hero after he risked his own life to leap into a runaway fuel truck at DFW Airport in a moment of heroism captured on camera.
MailOnline India

American Airlines flight delayed in Vegas over false threat

The airline said Flight 1704, bound for Charlotte, North Carolina, left a gate Thursday with 184 passengers and six crew members.
DNA

American Airlines pushes back on Qatar Airways plan to buy stake

By Alexander Cornwell and Alana Wise
Sify

Qatar Airways interested in buying 10 percent stake in American Airlines

By Alexander Cornwell
Sify

State-owned Qatar Airways seeks 10 pct stake in American

State-owned Qatar Airways is attempting to buy a 10 per cent stake in American Airlines, triggering US antitrust oversight of deals that size.
DNA

American Airlines says Qatar Airways interested in buying 10 percent stake

REUTERS - American Airlines Group Inc said on Thursday that Qatar Airways, the Gulf country's state-owned airline, had expressed interest in buying a 10 percent stake worth at least $808 million in the..
Reuters India Also reported by •Sify

Why the scorching heat in U.S. Southwest is canceling flights

American Airlines canceled 20 regional flights out of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport on Tuesday after temperatures in the desert city soared toward 120 degrees F (49 C).
DNA

American Airlines testing new airport screening device with U.S. government

American Airlines and the U. S. Transportation Security Administration said on Thursday they were testing a new high-definition airport screening device that could allow passengers to keep liquids and..
DNA

American Airlines plane veers off Texas runway, stuck in mud

Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Lynn Lunsford says American Airlines Flight 2214 veered off the edge of the runway at San Antonio International Airport today morning shortly after beginning..
DNA

Man tries to bite flight attendant before jumping from plane

American Airlines Flight 5242 to New Bern at Charlotte Douglas International Airport in North Carolina was holding just off a taxiway on May 25, with the fasten-seatbelt sign illuminated, when Tun Lon..
DNA Also reported by •Deccan Herald

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